Samsung late Monday took the wraps off the Galaxy K Zoom, the latest in a series of camera-focused phones from the Korean electronics giant.
The new camera phone packs the latest version of Android alongside serious camera specs including a 20.7-megapixel sensor, 10x optical zoom lens, xenon flash and optical image stabilization. On the software side, the Galaxy K includes a “selfie alarm” that lets users take timed self-portraits using the main camera and a “pro suggest” mode that suggests five filter settings that could work well with a given shot.
Samsung has offered both the Galaxy S4 Zoom, a camera-centric phone, and its Android-based Galaxy Camera line. And it is not alone; Nokia and others have also produced mobile devices that put the camera first.
At first blush, though, Samsung looks to have been able to cram camera optics into a much smaller package this time around. Past camera-centric devices have been significantly bulkier than the Galaxy K Zoom.
Earlier Monday, Samsung introduced a new “Level” series of headphones and speakers.
The introductions come just as the Korean electronics giant reported that overall earnings fell for a second straight quarter.
Samsung’s latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S5, was introduced in February and went on sale in April.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.